:D Sorry, don't mean to be dense, but going here:
The zip files don't have that executable. It's ok...
Sorry! I went away for a few days. Thanks for the info, but I'm not sure it supports what I'm looking for. What I'm looking for is a command-line way to interact with SQLCipher encrypted databases. I tried substituting "DB Browser for SQLite.exe" for "sqlitebrowser" but it opens the UI and prompts for the encryption key. I was looking for a way to do this in an automated, non-human involved, way.
Thanks so much for your time helping! Much appreciated
@IGTHORN There are two modes for entering password in an encrypted database; passphrase and raw key. What you are looking for is Raw Key mode (https://github.com/sqlitebrowser/sqlitebrowser/wiki/Encrypted-Databases#what-are-raw-keys).
When creating a password for your database, there is a small listbox next to the password editbox. Change it from Passphrase (the default) to Raw key. When entering a raw key you have to prefix the password with
0x. For example to set your password as a newline (
\n) make it